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Campus Resources & Contacts

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CENTER FOR STUDENTS WITH DISABILITIES coordinates providing accommodations and other services to students with documented disabilities. 
go.depaul.edu/csd | csd@depaul.edu | Lincoln Park: (773) 325-1677 | Loop: (312) 362-8002

DEAN OF STUDENTS OFFICE is primarily responsible for meeting the urgent needs of students by providing clear and critical support structures in times of need. Additionally, the department helps develop and maintain community standards in order to facilitate a safe and healthy campus environment for our students. The Dean of Students Office provides the administrative withdrawal and absence notification processes, and can help students identify campus and community resources in times of personal and/or family crises and medical emergencies.
go.depaul.edu/dos | deanofstudents@depaul.edu | Lincoln Park: (773) 325-7290

DEPAUL CENTRAL is a one-stop resource for helping manage the business side of being a DePaul student. Their office can assist with decisions regarding financial aid inquiries, personal financial planning, immunizations, records and transcripts, and account transactions.
go.depaul.edu/depaulcentral | dpcl@depaul.edu | (312) 362-8610

HEALTH PROMOTION AND WELLNESS provides holistic education, support, and resources for students to establish and sustain long-term, healthy behaviors. Special emphasis is placed on alcohol and substance misuse prevention and sexual and relationship violence prevention. The office encourages students to reach out for individual support with mental health, substance use, and/or survivor support services.
go.depaul.edu/hpw | hpw@depaul.edu | (773) 325-7129

ID SERVICES issues Blue Demon Cards (DePaul ID card), which serves as the official identification of students, faculty, and staff at DePaul. Students are required to have it at all times while on campus and to enter their residence hall. ID Card Services locations can assist with issuing and replacing Blue Demon Cards and Chicago Transit Authority (CTA) U-Passes.
go.depaul.edu/idservices | IDServices@depaul.edu | Lincoln Park: (773) 325-7466 | Loop: (312) 362-5959

NEW STUDENT AND FAMILY ENGAGEMENT assists students and their families in making a smooth transition into life at DePaul. NSFE manages Premiere and Transition DePaul orientations, as well as the Chicago Quarter (Discover Chicago and Explore Chicago) program and Student Success Coaching.
go.depaul.edu/nsfe | orientation@depaul.edu | parents@depaul.edu | (773) 325-7360

PARKING SERVICES provides affordable vehicle parking options on the Lincoln Park Campus for students and visitors. It also handles registering and storing bicycles on campus.
resources.depaul.edu/parking-services | parkingservices@depaul.edu | (773) 325-7275

RESIDENCE HALL COUNCIL (RHC) represents students living on campus and has the motto “We make DePaul home.” The council includes elected student representatives from each hall and an executive board and is advised by professional staff in the Department of Housing & Residence Life. RHC acts as a liaison between residents and the administration and plans several all-halls-wide events throughout the year.

is located in the Lincoln Park Student Center, Suite 317, and can be reached at (773) 325-4912 or StudentMailCenter@depaul.edu. The mail center issues mailbox keys and handles mail delivery. U.S. mail is received Monday through Friday only; UPS and FedEx deliveries arrive Monday through Saturday. Resident mailing addresses are listed on the assignment letter and also available at go.depaul.edu/residentmail. Mailbox numbers and associated room numbers can be found at go.depaul.edu/residentmail. We ask residents to check their mailboxes at least once a week, as residents will be held accountable for any university information sent to the residential mailboxes. Other important details about mail:

  • Residents must bring their Blue Demon Card (DePaul ID) to pick up their mailbox key. The Mail Center will scan the resident's ID or have them sign a log.
  • In order for mail or packages to be accepted and held, a student must be currently living on campus or renting a box as a commuter student.
  • Packages and mail received by the Mail Center prior to move-in or after move-out will be refused/returned to sender.
  • Emails are sent and mail notices are placed in mailboxes to notify residents of packages and other mail that cannot fit into the mailbox. Residents must present the notice and their Blue Demon Card to the Student Mail Center’s service desk to receive the item(s).
A lost key during the school year must be reported to the Mail Center, which will result in a $10 fee. Upon move-out, students must return their mailbox key to the Mail Center. Without an ID scan or signature on file, a $20 missing key fee will be charged to the resident's student account. If residents return their mailbox key to DePaul Housing instead of the mailroom, leave it in their mailbox, or slide it under a door or counter, they will be charged a missing key fee of $20.

STUDENT AFFAIRS delivers programs and services that enrich student learning and the student experience outside of the classroom. During Fall Quarter, Student Affairs will provide online services during normal business hours. Visit the Student Affairs website​ for their full list of resources.
UNIVERSITY COUNSELING & PSYCHOLOGICAL SERVICES (UCAPS) offers a full range of confidential clinical mental health services at no cost to DePaul students.